Prehistory Lesson: Agriculture and the Neolithic Era

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This lesson plan covers how the lives of early people changed with the agricultural revolution. This lesson set gives you multiple options for teaching your 6th graders. It includes: Reading passage, presentation, guided notes, worksheet, activity, review questions, notebook foldable, digital notebook page, and vocabulary study. Just pick and choose which materials will work best for you and your students!

Here’s a little more detail of what’s included with this lesson set:

Objective: Describe how the lives of early people changed with the agricultural revolution.

1) PowerPoint presentation = to present the foundational information to students. You can go into as much depth as you choose when you present.

2) The same presentation in a Google Slide format.

3) Guided Notes using the Cornell note taking structure = for students to engage and follow along with the presentation.

4) The same guided notes in Google Slide format.

5) Reading Passage = for students to read and engage with using symbols and markings as they read.

6) The same reading passage in Google Slide format.

7) Notebook foldable = for students to process information and use in their notebooks.

8) Digital Notebook page in Google Slide format.

9) Vocabulary Study = for students to learn and thoroughly understand the key vocabulary words that accompany this objective.

Vocabulary in this lesson: agriculture, domesticate, livestock, irrigation,

slash and burn farming, terrace farming

10) The same vocabulary study in Google Slide format.

11) Worksheet = for students to think, process, and practice the content.

12) The same worksheet in a Google Slide format.

13) Activity = for students to think critically about the objective.

14) The same activity in a Google Slide format.

15) 5 Questions = developed with Bloom’s Taxonomy strategy for students to review and think critically about the objective. Perfect to use as review or assessment.

16) The same 5 Questions in Google Slide format.

17) Supplemental Resource Suggestions = links and materials that support the learning objective.

18) Now Includes Answer Keys!

HOW TO USE IT:

+ Pick and choose which pieces of this resource will suit the needs of you and your students. Every piece of this lesson set is designed to help you teach the objective: Describe how the lives of early people changed with the agricultural revolution.

First: pick a way for students to gather information

(PowerPoint with Notes/Notebook Foldable/Digital Notebook or Reading Passage)

Second: pick a way for students to process information

(Notebook Foldable/Digital Notebook or Activity or Vocabulary Study)

Third: pick a way for students to demonstrate information

(5 Questions or Activity or Worksheet)

+ The worksheet and vocabulary study work great as homework assignments.

WHEN TO USE IT:

+ When you use this resource, you can teach with confidence that you are covering all the essential and foundational information your students need to know about the objective.

This gives you great flexibility to dive deeper into any aspect you or your students are interested in regarding the objective.

HOW IT WILL SAVE YOU TIME:

+ Every piece of this resource comes in a printable PDF file AND a digital Google Slide file. Which means you can use the exact same materials when teaching students in-person, remotely, and most importantly when teaching in a hybrid situation (in-person and remote).

This means you won’t have to search for materials for your students on screen or the students sitting in front of you. This lesson set provides both.

+ This lesson set will also save you time when adapting to student needs:

If a student misses the class presentation, you can have them complete their guided notes using the reading passage.

+ The final 5 Questions Review is based on the Blooms Taxonomy levels of questioning. Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, Evaluation

You can use it as a quiz, review at the end of your unit, or as part of your unit assessment.

EXTRA BENEFITS:

When you use this lesson set along with my other Prehistory lesson sets, you will have a complete unit. You can confidently teach the core objectives within a two week time frame. You can use any other time you may have for review, games, movies, in-depth projects, and assessments.

Other Prehistory Lesson Sets:

Learn About the Past

Early Hominids

Paleolithic Era

Neolithic Era <<< This Lesson Set

First Settlements

Entire Prehistory Unit Lesson Set Bundle – Includes a BONUS Resource

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Determine a central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
Analyze how a particular sentence, paragraph, chapter, or section fits into the overall structure of a text and contributes to the development of the ideas.
Integrate information presented in different media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively) as well as in words to develop a coherent understanding of a topic or issue.
Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of the source distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies.

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